Some days I just have to pinch myself to be absolutely certain that I’m not dreaming – that this is what I do for a living. Sure, freelancing can be hard at times, especially if you’re working from home, but all the wonderful, inspirational people I get to meet more than make up for it. Definitely one of the perks of social media and blogging!
It’s been a few months since the Gotland workshop together with Olivia of Adelasterfoodtextures and Krissy of Cottage Farm. I needed some time to let the whole experience sink in before sharing it with you, even if I’ve already shared some of the photos on Instagram. I thought I had already edited all the images I liked but boy was I wrong! I had lots more which I edited now, half a year later. And looking back at these photos makes me miss everyone, our beautiful Gotland farm house and summer! Thanks to all our lovely guests for making this experience possible, and a very special thank you to Sam whose help we couldn’t do without. And a special shoutout to the sweet bus lady for driving us everywhere and for being overall awesome.
I’m not very good with words, I think that’s one of the reasons I love photography so much. This was just such a special experience, and I don’t really know how to put that into words. I’m so very excited to announce our next workshop in Norway! The workshop will be a four day workshop (June 5-8) held at Melgården, a beautiful manor house in the most magical setting. Actually, we visited Melgården back in December when it was freezing – you can find my post about it here – so I’m very excited to see it in summer when the nights are super long (imagine being able to photograph those late dinners!). This time, Kati of Black White Vivid and Sam of The Botanical Kitchen will also join us. If you’re interested in joining us, you can read more about it and register at Points North Workshops! UPDATE: Workshop is now sold out! To receive early information about upcoming workshops, subscribe to my blog or sign up for Points North’s newsletter.
Thank you to our wonderful partners for our Gotland workshop!
Broste Copenhagen for the beautiful tableware, candles, the gorgeous flatware, glasses, votives, teapots and cheese boards which made our tables look amazing.
Kings Row Coffee for the delicious coffee. It definitely kept me (and I’m sure, everyone else too) going throughout the workshop!
Västergården for the beautiful plates, bowls and dishes which brought so much beauty to our styled tables.